His first care then was to show Ferguson a severe contusion
that he had received on the cranium.
There was both contusion
and suffusion of the brain.
Benjamin received a severe contusion
from the recoil of his gun, which produced a short stupor, during which period the ex-steward was prostrate on the ground.
Lydgate leaped and climbed, he hardly knew how, on to the stage, and was active in help, making the acquaintance of his heroine by finding a contusion
on her head and lifting her gently in his arms.
In fact, a man on horseback galloped down, before the passengers were well collected together; and a careful investigation being instituted, it appeared that the lady inside had broken her lamp, and the gentleman his head; that the two front outsides had escaped with black eyes; the box with a bloody nose; the coachman with a contusion
on the temple; Mr Squeers with a portmanteau bruise on his back; and the remaining passengers without any injury at all--thanks to the softness of the snow-drift in which they had been overturned.
The head had received a severe contusion
, but he had seen greater injuries recovered from: he was by no means hopeless; he spoke cheerfully.
Thereupon the Policeman left the man in a fit and attacked the Citizen, who, after receiving several severe contusions
, ran away.
Thousands of persons, noses in air, armed with telescopes and race-glasses, were questioning space, forgetting all contusions
and emotions in the one idea of watching for the projectile.
Jones received this full in his eyes, and it had infinitely a stronger effect on him than all the contusions
which he had received before.
To my surprise the only effects of my feat were a few slight contusions
too trifling to care about.
He brought back intelligence that the young squire was laid up with the complicated evils of a broken head and certain contusions
(occasioned by a fall - of which he did not trouble himself to relate the particulars - and the subsequent misconduct of his horse), and a severe cold, the consequence of lying on the wet ground in the rain; but there were no broken bones, and no immediate prospects of dissolution.
Both Sir Henry and Good were a mass of contusions
, and I was by no means free.